Recently, the Motorola DROID 4 has begun to show up at the DROIDDOES site starting with the logo making an appearance. That was followed up by the appearance of an entire page showing off a picture of the unit with more information about it. But it would seem that Motorola's first LTE enabled side slider was pushed back to allow for the Samsung GALAXY Nexus and the Motorola DROID RAZR to keep the spotlight at Verizon. Furthermore, there are rumors about a handset called the Motorola DROID MAXX coming to Big Red which could offer a bigger battery and perhaps some pumped up specs in a slightly thicker form factor when compared to the DROID RAZR. The Motorola DROID 4 could have been pushed back to allow the carrier to squeeze in the release of this enhanced DROID RAZR.
Droid-Life. The clips, which can be found at the sourcelink, sound like audio that would be used on the DROIDDOES web site and basically discusses some of the specs (like the 1.2GHz dual-core processor, the 1GB LP DDR2 RAM) and some of the phone's features (slide out QWERTY, edge-lit keys for typing in low light, lag free 4G video chat).
Put everything together and you have a phone all ready to be released. Verizon must be confident in the DROID 4's specs to hold off on releasing it now. Otherwise, in the fast moving smartphone game, waiting a few months could turn a ripe device into the smartphone equivalent of bananas that are months old.